Debbie Davis attended a Waiariki Journalism Course in 1987-88.
- "Waiariki Journalism Course: Waiariki - Background." Te Iwi o Aotearoa 10 (1988): 20.
- Davis writes about the establishment of the Waiariki Journalism Course in Rotorua in the mid-1980s. She says it was instituted to increase the numbers of Māori journalists and to give Māori issues a higher media profile.
- "A Māori ‘Nose for News’ needed." Te Iwi o Aotearoa 10 (1988): 20.
- Maramena Roderick, a graduate of the 1987 Waiariki Journalism Course, discusses with Davis some of the difficulties she has encountered as a Māori journalist.
- "Hands-on Experience." Te Iwi o Aotearoa 10 (1988): 21.
- Davis gives an overview of the curriculum of the Waiariki Journalism Course.
- "Advantage Being Māori." Te Iwi o Aotearoa 10 (1988): 21.
- Davis interviews Taranaki Herald journalist and Waiariki graduate Phillip Tumataroa.
- "Change the World?" Te Iwi o Aotearoa 10 (1988): 21.
- Gideon Porter, a radio journalist, discusses with Davis his experiences and training in journalism.